It’s common for Google users to witness Google Classroom not loading issue. It substantially occurs when cache files of your browser are corrupted. Browser save the cache files to make it easier for users related to constantly visited websites, allowing them to load briskly without requesting data from the server again and again.
1. Clear Browser’s Cache Files
As this issue is related to cache files, so the first thing you can try is; to clear the cache files on your browser.
- Click the three dots on your browser and choose the Settings option.
- Now select Privacy and Security on the left panel.
- Click the Clear browsing data button. Select the time range to All time, so it removes all cache data. Finally, click the Clear data to start removing the cache data.
2. Use Secure DNS Option
DNS or Domain Name System translates web addresses to IP addresses as the cybersurfers for the cybersurfer to read. While secure DNS helps insure a secure connection between the stoner and the website, it can also help Google Classroom from lading.
It’s important to note that Google Classroom is a safe website, which doesn’t steal data, so disabling Secure DNS temporarily shouldn’t beget any detriment.
We recommend disabling the use of secure DNS on your cybersurfer temporarily to check if it resolves the issue. To do this:
- Click the three dots at top right corner and choose the Settings option.
- Select Privacy and Settings, then click on the Security settings.
- Scroll down to find Advanced section and click on the Use Secure DNS toggle option.
- Now try to access the Google Classroom again.
3. Check if devices are properly connected
Still, also make sure the microphone and the camera are duly connected to the computer, If you use Google match for the online class inside the Google Classroom. However, you’ll encounter this issue, If one of them has a fault precluding Google match from penetrating the bias.